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  • Interrogations

    • Witches Mark
      Witches Mark

      Tell us about your debut full length, ‘Witching Metal Ritual’, from Heaven and Hell Records! “Witching Metal Ritual” is a no holds barred heavy metal assault. How long has Witches Mark been performing together? What is the ‘who, when, where and why’ of the band’s formation? Witches Mark was formed in the fall of 2005 [summon]

    • Crowned In Earth, Speaks of the Bands New Found Prog-Doom Sound And Recent Release
      Crowned In Earth, Speaks of the Bands New Found Prog-Doom Sound And Recent Release

        JW: It’s been a few years since your debut on Shadow Kingdom back in 2010 I believe(?) and now here you are again with, in my honest opinion, a more solid sound and sense of artistic development. Aside from the obvious differences between the more traditional doom path of Visions of the Haunted with [summon]

    • Fuck The Facts
      Fuck The Facts

      Originally taking shape in the late 90’s as the solo project of guitarist Topon Das, Canada’s own Fuck The Facts has evolved over the years into one of the underground’s most formidable grind/noise outfits. With countless split releases and EP’s, with the likes of Hewhocorrupts, Leng Tch’e and many others, as well as eight devastating [summon]

    • Dire Omen
      Dire Omen

      I recently acquired your EP, ‘Severing Soul from Flesh’ for my distro…what a crushing release! Give us an introduction to this powerful collection of rituals! Connor: This release was about us finally finding our sound, especially after our becoming a three piece. We wanted to nail our new philosophy and sound as a band in [summon]

    • Thorr-Axe
      Thorr-Axe

      Channeling the undeniable fury conjured by the likes of Black Sabbath, Sleep, Bathory, and Venom among others, Indiana doom metal trio, Thorr-Axe, are a self-described “raiding party comprised of three guys with a mutual love of heavy music.” Further, they’re fascinated with dragons, wizards, frost giants, and Vikings…as well as what happens when those Vikings [summon]

  • Judgements

    • Dismemberment – Embrace the Dark
      Dismemberment – Embrace the Dark

      “Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, fearing, doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before.” – Edgar Allen Poe I was probably just a couple years into my teens when I really started to notice how much unbridled flack many people around me gave to anything they deemed even [summon]

    • Essential New Find of the Week: Tears of Regret (Jordanian/Iraqi Atmospheric Black Funeral Doom metal)
      Essential New Find of the Week: Tears of Regret (Jordanian/Iraqi Atmospheric Black Funeral Doom metal)

      I finally checked out some of the backlog of inbox requests for reviews/interviews a few days back and one of the more interesting ones was from Odai for his Tears of Regret band, which does actually live up to the description he gave me of “Atmospheric Black Funeral Doom metal”. Much like the other few [summon]

    • One Master – Live In the Castle of Quiet (No Visible Scars)
      One Master – Live In the Castle of Quiet (No Visible Scars)

      This is my very first introduction to the ferocious black attack that is One Master, and given that it’s a live, on air, performance and it’s this profound, deafening, and unwieldy?  Now that says a lot about a band when they can completely intoxicate and demolish a listener over the airwaves like this, but the [summon]

    • Indian – From All Purity (Relapse Records)
      Indian – From All Purity (Relapse Records)

      Absolutely atmospheric, disparaging, hypnotic, abrasive, melancholic, and intense, From All Purity is undoubtedly a milestone for Indian and lays waste to most others who dare to tread the same deep, murky fluids they do. With this album I feel like Indian really capture 90’s sludge (Neurosis, Crowbar) with early extreme doom (Unholy) and then blacken it [summon]

    • Howls of Ebb – Vigils of the 3rd Eye
      Howls of Ebb – Vigils of the 3rd Eye

      I’ve taken a long break from writing articles. I’m often at a loss for what to say for things that I’m indifferent to (which is the majority of things that I hear). Subjects that don’t peak my interest are the most difficult subjects to write about. I could write descriptive words about boring music, but [summon]